Going to the Sun Road, Montana. One of America’s most inspiring public-works projects winds through Glacier National Park’s snow-covered peaks, sub-alpine meadows, and lakes across the Continental Divide on the spine of the Rockies. Snowdrifts threaten to top 100 feet in winter, so the road is open only from May to October.
Tip: Put things in "perspective." A straight-on shot is the most obvious one to take of the Lincoln Memorial, as it puts the main subject front and center. But including other objects in the picture, like this $5 bill, adds a creative element of whimsy to what might otherwise be a dime-a-dozen postcard image. (From: Photos: 25 Most Photographed Places )
Most visitors to Boston might roam around the Freedom Trail for an afternoon, or take a saunter around the Common and the Public Garden. But if you’d like to go in a different direction, we’ve got some under-the-radar walks to offer. After all, this is America’s most pedestrian-friendly city, and these secret stretches will make you see it like never before.
Family-Friendly Trip Ideas for Summer Travel in Chattanooga, Tennessee | Plan your summer family getaway to Chattanooga using this itinerary as your guide. Stops include Chattanooga Choo-Choo, Silver Diner, Public House, Ruby Fall, Tennessee Aquarium, and more!
Going Into These 12 Caves In Alabama Is Like Entering Another World
1. Cathedral Caverns - Grant, AL: Located in Grant, Alabama, this cave is a karst cave with many large stalagmites covering about three acres. Originally called "Bats Cave," this cave was first developed as a tourist attraction in the 1950s.